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15.2: II. Summary of Vocabulary Tables (Latin)

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  • Appendix II

    Summary of Vocabulary Tables (Latin)

    Table 2.1 LATIN FIRST DECLENSION NOUNS
    aqua water gratia favour, thanks
    causa reason, cause lingua tongue, language
    cura care, concern lit(t)era letter
    fama report, rumour rota wheel
    forma shape, form tabula tablet, list
    fortuna luck, fortune via way, road
    gloria fame, glory vita life
    Table 2.2 LATIN SECOND DECLENSION NOUNS IN -US
    animus mind, feeling numerus number
    campus level field, plain oculus eye
    circus circle, Circus populus people
    deus god radius staff, rod, spoke
    equus horse stimulus goad, spur
    locus place terminus boundary
    modus measure, manner vulgus mass(es), crowd
    Table 2.3 LATIN SECOND DECLENSION NOUNS IN -UM
    fatum fate, destiny pretium value, price
    granum grain, seed signum mark, token, sign
    monstrum evil omen, monster taedium weariness, disgust
    odium hatred verbum word
    officium service, duty vitium fault, vice
    Table 3.1 LATIN THIRD DECLENSION NOUNS (M. & F.)
    labor, laboris work pes, pedis foot
    finis, finis end urbs, urbis city
    rex, regis king vox, vocis voice
    lex, legis law crux, crucis cross
    ars, artis skill hospes, hospitis host, guest
    pars, partis part miles, militis soldier
    mors, mortis death origo, originis source, origin
    Table 3.2 LATIN THIRD DECLENSON NOUNS (NEUTER)
    caput, capitis head corpus, corporis body
    cor, cordis heart tempus, temporis time
    lumen, luminis light genus, generis race, kind, sort
    omen, ominis omen opus, operis work, task
    nomen, nominis name onus, oneris load, burden
    Table 3.3 LATIN FOURTH DECLENSION NOUNS (M.)
    gradus step, grade sinus curve, fold
    manus (F.) hand situs position, site
    ritus ceremony, rite spiritus breath, spirit
    Table 3.4 LATIN FIFTH DECLENSION NOUNS (F.)
    effigies likeness, effigy res thing
    facies form, face series row, series
    rabies rage, madness species look, appearance
    Table 4.1 LATIN 1ST AND 2ND DECLENSION ADJECTIVES
    aequus even, equal multus much, many
    bonus good pius dutiful, good
    justus upright, just planus level, flat
    longus long sanus healthy, sound
    magnus big, great solus alone, only, sole
    malus bad, evil vacuus empty
    medius middle verus true
    Table 4.2 LATIN 3RD DECLENSION ADJECTIVES
    brevis short, brief grandis great, large
    levis light gravis heavy, grave
    fortis strong, brave similis like
    Table 5.1 SOME MORE LATIN THIRD DECLENSION NOUNS
    navis, navis ship margo, marginis edge
    flos, floris flower ordo, ordinis rank, order
    mos, moris custom limen, liminis threshold
    os, oris mouth semen, seminis seed
    Table 9.1: LATIN FIRST CONJUGATION VERBS
    cantare, cantatus sing putare, putatus think, reckon
    clamare, clamatus shout secare, sectus cut
    mutare, mutatus change servare, servatus save
    plicare, plicatus fold stare, status stand
    portare, portatus carry vocare, vocatus call
    Table 9.2: LATIN SECOND CONJUGATION VERBS

    docere, doctus

    habere, habitus

    [-hibere, -hibitus]

    monere, monitus

    teach

    have, hold

    warn, advise

    movere, motus

    sedere, sessus

    tenere, tentus

    videre, visus

    move

    sit

    hold

    see

    Table 9.3: LATIN THIRD CONJUGATION VERBS

    agere, actus

    cadere, casus

    [-cĭdere, -casus]

    caedere, caesus

    [-cīdere, -cīsus]

    cedere, cessus

    currere, cursus

    dicere, dictus

    ducere, ductus

    ferre (fer-), latus

    frangere, fractus

    fundere, fusus

    jungere, junctus

    legere, lectus

    mittere, missus

    do, drive

    fall

    cut

    go; yield

    run

    say

    lead

    bring, bear

    break

    pour

    join

    choose; read

    send

    pellere, pulsus

    pendere, pensus

    ponere, positus

    regere, rectus

    scribere, scriptus

    solvere, solutus

    tangere, tactus

    tendere, tensus[1]

    trahere, tractus

    vertere, versus

    volvere, volutus

    Deponent verbs:

    sequi, secutus

    loqui, locutus

    nasci, natus

    drive

    hang; weigh

    place

    rule, guide

    write

    loose

    touch

    stretch, strain

    draw, drag

    turn

    roll

    follow

    speak

    be born

    Table 9.4: LATIN THIRD I-STEM AND FOURTH CONJUGATION VERBS
    Third Conjugation, I-stem Third I-stem deponent verbs:

    capere, captus

    [-cipere, -ceptus]

    facere, factus

    [-ficere, -fectus]

    jacere, jactus

    [-jicere, -jectus]

    -spicere, -spectus

    take

    make, do

    throw

    look

    gradi, gressus

    pati, passus

    Fourth Conjugation:

    audire, auditus

    salire, saltus

    sentire, sensus

    venire, ventus

    step, go

    suffer, allow

    hear

    leap, jump

    feel

    come


    1. The verb tendere has an alternate perfect participle tentus, a form that overlaps with tenere.
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